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QUADRATIC FORMULA
Hello, please help:
I have to use the quadratic formula, since the equation cannot factorise:
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Extremely Complicated Question
A fish has a head 9" (inches) long. The tail is equal to the size of the head plus one-half the size of the body. The body is the size of the head plus the tail. How long is the fish?
Please, those of you who know how to do it, help me to understand answer
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Polygonal Numbers
So the formula for polygonal is: (2(n+s^2-2*s))/((s-1)*s) . Right? So how would I get the term from the value instead of the value from the term? I really need help with this. I scoured the internet and couldn't find anything so any help is appreciated.
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help please
Suppose a single bacterium is placed in a bottle at 11:00 am. It grows and at 11:01 divides into two bacteria. These two bacteria each grow and at 11:02 divide into four bacteria, which grow and at 11:03 divide into eight bacteria, and so on. Now, suppose
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help plz
In the figure below, O is the center of the circle, and the radius of the circle is 8. Angle BOA is right. What is the area of the filled-in (purple) region?
Explain the steps of your solution. Give your answer in exact form
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please help, thanks so much
The volume of a prism which has an altitude of 10 units and has a right triangle base with a hypotenuse of 13 units and a leg of 12 units is:
A) 780 units cubed.
B) 600 units cubed.
C) 325 units cubed.
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A symmetrical distribution can help one calculate:
A symmetrical distribution can help one calculate:
A) different probabilities.
B) right angles.
C) surface area.
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pwolfey
Nov 9, 2017
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HELP. plz
Two circles are drawn below. The diameter of the smaller circle is a radius of the larger circle. What is the ratio of the smaller circle's circumference to the larger circle's circumference?
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Need done as soon as you guys can.
A symmetrical distribution can help one calculate:
A) different probabilities.
B) right angles.
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In a symmetrical distribution, the mean, median, and mode are:
In a symmetrical distribution, the mean, median, and mode are:
A) supplementary.
B) equal.
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pwolfey
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Please explain how to solve this FST problem.
4 -letter "words" are formed using the letters A, B, C, D, E, F, G. How many such words are possible for each of the following conditions?
a) No condition is imposed.
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HELP!!!!!1
In the figure below, AB= 75, AC= 70, and BY= 60. Compute C X.
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qweschun
A bottle of vanilla contains tablespoons when completely full. A recipe calls for tablespoons of vanilla. How many tablespoons will be left in the bottle after making a triple batch (which requires three times as much of each ingredient
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Nov 9, 2017
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a present for 'you'
So guys i have decided to tell my instagram to you guys!!!!! I know that this is not a proper present but still i will tell you it to make it easyr i am
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Help as soon as possible.
The diagram shows a circle of radius 1 contained in a square. If the area of the circle equals x% of the area of the square, then what is x rounded to the nearest integer?
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Nov 9, 2017
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THIS IS STILL URGENT!! PlZ HELP Iv BEEN TRYING So HARD I JUST NEED UNDERSTAND
What is the ratio of the smaller circle's area to the larger circle's area?
Give your answer in fully simplified form. It should look like "x:y", where x and y are replaced by integers.
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Nov 9, 2017
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HELP!!! THIS IS URGENT!! All i need is the answer.
The five circles making up this archery target have diameters of length 2,4,6,8, and 10. What is the total red area?
Simplify your answer as much as you can.
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Nov 9, 2017
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Simple 1 Question
Hi, I just have one question.
What is the number of complex zeros for the polynomial function f(x)=x^4+5x^2+6?
Thats all, thanks
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Nov 9, 2017
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Which statements are true about the polynomial function?
Which statements are true about the polynomial function?
f(x)= x^4+ 5x^3 -x^2 -5x
Statements(Choose all that apply)
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Heres a math puzzle to go with the sticky topic puzzle thread
5 pirates of different ages have a treasure of 100 gold coins.
On their ship, they decide to split the coins using this scheme:
The oldest pirate proposes how to share the coins, and ALL pirates (including the oldest) vote
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Nov 9, 2017
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Algebra Cordinate plane -- Please give quick answers! --
1)
Let line
be the graph of
. Line
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Never mind don't help me with this I already figured it out
candy bars Money
Luke for every 1 candy bar sold it was 2 dollars. Luke wants to save up for a for a gaming system. Which took him 30 weeks to save up for what was the
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Factoring
Use the graph below to factor g(x)=3x4-11x3+10x2-4x+8.
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How many complex zeros does the polynomial function have?
How many complex zeros does the polynomial function have?
f(x)=x^4+5x2+6
A.2
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